How Expert is Your Expert The Use of Scientific Evidence in Child and Youth Law
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2018
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Legal proceedings involving children and youth frequently involve dealing with scientific evidence (whether biology, chemistry, psychiatry or psychology) and the scientists who present it. But as we have learned from both the Charles Smith and Motherisk Inquiries, not all scientific evidence is created equal. Join us to explore the key lessons learned from these inquiries, and gather helpful ideas on how practitioners can avoid the potential pitfalls that can result from reliance on scientific evidence.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Mary Birdsell, Justice for Children and Youth
Maryellen Symons, Symons Law

TABLE OF CONTENTS

"How Expert is Your Expert?": Key Questions and Checklist
By: Caitlin Pakosh, Barrister and Solicitor (Pakosh Law Professional Corporation)

Utilizing and Challenging Scientific Evidence in Child and Youth Law
Rui J. M. Alves, Wilson Christen LLP Barristers
Christina Doris, Wilson Christen LLP Barristers

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